The New York Times reports China might expect refugees to rush across the river separating the countries.
Experts warn an oil embargo could have a dire impact on the country's 25 million people.
At a conference Sunday, China promoted its concept of "cybersovereignty," or a nation's right to control - or censor - the internet.
An industrial accident killed two people in China on Sunday, and there have been almost 30,000 more industrial deaths this year alone.
China calls almost all the South China Sea its own, despite international laws that limit what areas it can claim.
Nov. 11 started out in China as a day to celebrate being single, but now it's become the biggest shopping holiday on the planet.
Every morning, Ditan Park in Beijing transforms into a microcosm of Chinese culture.
China's air pollution is really bad, but there might be more solutions in rural areas than in the big cities.
On his first presidential visit to South Korea, Donald Trump spent much of his time talking about the country's northern neighbor.
The Chinese government puts its poverty line at around 95 cents a day. The New York Times notes 43 million people in China don't make that much.
China views the THAAD system as a threat, even though South Korea has repeatedly said the system is purely defensive.
McDonald's confirmed it changed its official Chinese name to "Jingongmen" - but some overseas say that sounds like a state-owned company.